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HP dv6-3205tu win 7 64bit

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Hey guys,
i have a HP dv6-3205tu windows 7 64bit laptop that got a virus on it and i had to remove the hdd to get rid of the virus, when i put the hdd back in it all boots up fine but when i connect an ethernet cable to my laptop i get the yellow triangle on the connection icon, but when i connect via a wireless network i dont get the issue it goes through fine.
i have tried uninstalling the driver and installing th latest version from HP's website but i have had no luck with the new driver

Any and all help will be greatly appreciated
Beefstu123
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by:joef123
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check to make sure you dont have a static ip address configured on your wired network adapter.
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by:beefstu123
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Hi joef123 - there is definitely no static IP or DNS settings.. all addressing is obtained dynamically!
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by:John Hurst
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Given what you had to do, consider running a repair install from the Windows 7 DVD. Do backup the system first. The following Seven Forums link describes the process.
http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/3413-repair-install.html

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by:IanTh
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I bet the virus is still there use a boot cd for av

see
http://www.dedoimedo.com/computers/linux-av-cd.html
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look in device manager - is the network card installed without errors?
if no lan card shows - it can be disabled in the bios
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Launch services.msc and make sure these services are started and set it automatic.

Network connected device auto setup
Network connections
Network list service
Wired Auto Config.


Restart and check



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Hey guys,
just an update with the laptop
i have got the ethernet port to work with a static ip but it it wont work if its set to auto,
wireless works on both without issue.
still working through problem will let you know how i go

-Beefstu123
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Hey guys,
i got the laptop to connect to the net without having to set a static IP, not too sure what changed on the system but am happy that it is working
thanks for all the help

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tx for feedback, stu
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sounds like the ip stack was bust
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